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The Lancaster Post 31 senior team survived in a slugfest to post its first win of the 2011 Legion baseball season on Tuesday night in York.
The Post 31 seniors, with a five-run ninth-inning rally, snapped a 12-all draw for a 17-12 League V victory over host Post 66.
The Dirt Diamonds 12U girls traveling softball team cleaned up in the Come Bat For Measles softball tournament sponsored by the American Red Cross in Lexington last weekend.
The Dirt Diamonds posted a 9-1 record, which included a 7-1 bracket mark after going 2-0 in pool play.
Lancaster Motor Speedway will host seven divisions of racing, with the highlight Saturday night a $200 bonus for first place in the NDRA GM Performance Late Models and Crate Sportsman Division.
Fork Union Military Academy sports a history of helping athletes reach their full potential.
The Lancaster Post 31 American Legion senior team came up short in its 2011 baseball opener, but the juniors were impressive in their debut.
The senior team, playing host to Fort Mill, dropped a 15-13 loss to Post 43.
Steve Hinson posted his fourth win to take the Pure Street special at Lancaster Motor Speedway on Saturday night
Pure Street featured a $500 bonus to the winner.
For an exhibition game, this one didn’t lack for excitement.
The day belonged to the defense in the annual Lancaster High School spring football game at Memorial Stadium on Friday afternoon.
First-year coach Steve Sinclair is optimistic about the Lancaster American Legion Post 31 baseball senior team’s chances this season.
Lancaster American Legion Post 31 junior baseball team coach Brant Barnes said the team’s offense is the key to the 2011 season.
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